Sold Fender Telecaster Neck - Birdseye Maple

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  1. tele_jas

    tele_jas Member

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    This is a beautiful neck off of a 2005 Fender Lite Ash Telecaster. These were a special run, made in Korea guitar. I'm the original owner, bought new in 2006.... It was my main guitar for about 8 years, now my backup for the past 2 years. Frets do show signs of wear, but still plenty of life left... Truss rod is in good working order as well.

    Had a fret level and crown done at Hoover music (in Springfield) about 2, maybe 3, years ago.

    The back of the neck is just starting to show some wear, but still looks good, just darker.

    Looking to get $175 (obo) shipped (Paypal family & friends option).

    Spec's of the neck:
    Bird's-eye maple neck
    22 medium-jumbo frets
    25-1/2" scale length
    Dot abalone inlays on fretboard and (front and top)

    ***One thing that is different about this neck is the 22nd fret over-hang, is thicker than a standard MIM or MIA and actually rests on the body! It WILL NOT work with the pickguard under it. I tried to show this by holding it next to a standard Fender neck and with pictures of it attached to the body.
    It's a good neck and includes the tuners (in the pictures).

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